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night killing one passenger. we will tell you why chp investigators are still trying to figure out who is driving the bus. we are live in pittsburgh where police may be searching for the driver who struck and killed a man near a taco stand. in just a few hours in san francisco the big announcement from eric holder about the nation's drug laws. good morning. august 12th a live look at the bay bridge. it's a little slow there already. we will check in with sal in a little bit on that. good morning, i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check our weather and traffic. first we are going to steve paulson. he knows about our monday
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morning. >> better, dave. [ laughter ] still most inland locations say cloudy. the low responsible for our cool down has decided to lift north. there is still a little ripple in the jet stream that will keep temperatures from warming up. 60s and 70s and 80s. the 80s came back for inland areas. you can see that spin going through. that is enhancing the fog. concord should be 87. upper 70s for those on the north bay. 64 san francisco. 84 livermore to 85 gill more. 60s and 70s on the coast. fog, sun, warm. temperatures 60s and 70s and 80s. it looks like today is a transition day. maybe the same slightly cooler. then a little bump up tuesday
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and wednesday. more warming take place on the weekend. here is sal. steve, good morning. right now traffic is doing well around the bay area. the earlier crash on northbound 280 is gone. let's take a look at what we have on northbound 280 here in downtown san jose. that traffic does look good as you drive up to highway 17. also this morning we are looking at the san mateo bridge and you can see that traffic is moving along very nicely with no major problems. also the dumbarton bridge is doing well. if you are drying on the golden gate bring the traffic here looks good. now we have an earlier problem on the peninsula involving a fatal crash. alex savidge is on the scene near highway 280 with more on that. alex. >> reporter: good morning, sal. investigators believe there was at least two people on board what chp is describing as a
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party bus. we are just south of alpine road. the bus went off the road and hit a tree and went down this embankment. they believe this was a privately owned party bus that was not being used for an event at the time of the crash. it happened as the bus was going northbound on 280 just south of alpine road. now the first officers who got here to the scene after the accident did find one man dead inside the wrecked bus. he is believed to be the passenger. but the driver of the bus was nowhere to be found. although a short time later officers did find a man who was walking on a road nearby. he had some minor injuries. he was checked out by paramedics and taken to the hospital. he is being detained by questioning. >> we don't know if it's because of a medical condition
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or he's not being cooperative. >> reporter: if that man was in fact the driver he could face charges for the death of the passenger in this case. the man that was killed in his mid to late 30s and was from san francisco. at this -- and the man they have detained. live this morning near portola valley alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. a pedestrian hit and killed an eastern contra costa county. >> reporter: over here are remnants of where the flairs were set up. pittsburgh police have not confirmed this as a hit and run
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but witnesses say the man was crossing the street when he was hit and the vehicle took off. it happened around 10:30 last night. he was apparently headed home before he was struck and killed. now we put in a call to police and the coroner but have not heard back. we don't know if there is a description out there of the vehicle itself. coming up you will hear from the taco stand owner himself. live from pittsburg i'm tara moriarty. bart trains still running this morning. there is no strike after a judge imposed a 60 day cooling off period to put a potential strike on hold. at a rare court hearing a judge approved an injunction that governor brown asked for. that means bart workers cannot
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go on strike until october 10th. bart contract talks may resume later this week. negotiators say there are still big differences to get over. big issues include pay raises, benefits, and employee pension contributions. now bart's board may get involved in the talks. >> one of the strong things i want to do now is get the board involved. the board opted for a tactic not to get involved. >> bart board member james fang says it may help jump start the stalled negotiations. san francisco mayor ed lee says he applauds governor brown for quote taking the steps necessary so that bay area residents will not endure another unbearable bart strike. and mayor lee continues says he continues to urge both bart union and management to reach an agreement that puts bart on
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strong fiscal footing for long- term sustainability. here's the question do you think the 60 day cooling off period will actually help or will bart workers go on strike when that 60 days is over? join the conversation right now on ktvu's facebook page. eric hold already outline sweeping changes in the nation's drug sentencing policies. he is the keynote speaker at the american bar association annual meeting. he plans to announce cases and exopinioning an early relief program. currently federal prisons are operating at nearly 40% above capacity. former -- she is sed set so
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-- the search goes on in san jose for a missing elderly man. he is oscar noriaga. he walked away from his name. he has a mild form of alzheimer's and dementia. he does not take medication. when he was last seen he was wearing khaki pants, white shirt, red jacket, and black shoes. if you have any information, call the san jose police missing person's unit. asiana airlines announced they have a payout plan for survivors of last month's pay crash in san francisco. the airline is offering initial compensation of $10,000 to each survivor to help pay medical bills and transportation costs. four bay area families are already suing on behalf of 12 of the passengers. the father of former of nsa
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contractor edward snowden is talking publicly and defending his son. coming up what snowden's father had to say about president obama's statement that his son is not a patriot. california's high speed rail project is facing another delay. construction was supposed to begin last year. now it may not begin until next year. according to a construction company there are problems with company contracts and permits. the state still needs to buy much of the land that it wants to build. it could get travelers from coast to coast in less than an hour. he says it is cheaper than a bullet train and sweetly self- -- and completely self-powered. now musk says he will release his plans by today. he adds he has no plans to build it himself.
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even though he does have hands on experience with tesla's electric cars and private space travel with space x. he's involved in a few things. a sink hole sinks part of a resort near disney world. at 5:30 you will hear from a woman that was inside that villa when it started sinking. things are beginning to get a little busier in the traffic world. although it's not stop and go on 237 westbound. we'll tell you more about the morning commute on a monday. weather temperatures have been running below normal for a couple of weeks from now. the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in.
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. very scary video. the two people reported missing after a mud slide that is in colorado. but they have been found safe. that mud slide as you can see swept up cars. this is manato springs on friday. witnesses saw one woman hanging on to a tree as the mud rushed by. at least one person died in that. six houses were destroyed and 30 others damaged. in a new white house report says it's -- weather related power outages cost the economy
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$18-33 billion a year and that number is expected to do up. according to the report, spending more money to make the power grid stronger could save millions of dollars. time is 5:13. the four of former nsa contractor edward snowden speaks out. he says his son has sacrificed more than the president of the united states. as kyla campbell reports snowden's father responded to president obama's comments. >> reporter: dave, some have called snowden a hero for leaking information about a top secret spy program but during his first press conference in months president obama says he disappeared. he doesn't think he was a patriot and would have preferred a lawful orderly debate over privacy concerns. if he believes what he did was right, he should return to the u.s. and make his case in court. snowden's father says the opinions of politicians don't
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matter to him. >> he's sacrificed more than the president of the united states or peter king have ever in their political careers in their american lives. >> reporter: now snowden has been granted temporary asylum in russia. that is why president obama's has turned down a one on one meeting with president russia next month. live in washington. the sentencing of convicted spy bradley manning will start today. later today. the army private defense team will call the first of more than a dozen witnesses. manning is expected to make a statement between now and wednesday. the u.s. has reopened most of its embassy's in the middle east and north africa. they have been closed for a week after terror threats from
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al qaeda. the trial of the army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people continues today in fort hood, texas. so far more than 40 witnesses described how he opened fire on unarmed soldiers back in november, 2009. hasan faces the death penalty if convicted. he's acting as his own attorney but so far he has raised few objections. the prime minister played a trip on norwegian citizens when he played a cab driver. it's in a cab that people get really honest. that is why he got behind the wheel for this unusual campaign stop. some of the passengers took a little longer to realize who is that guy out there driving?
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norway's parliamently election is scheduled for september 9th. bay area school districts are phasing out peanuts from school lunches. some school districts including fremont unified in the san mateo foster city districts. they are eliminating peanuts completely from all school campuses. that is because of the big jump in children that are allergic to peanuts. others are banning peanuts from schools. our ktvu web team has put together a special back to school section at ktvu.com. check it out. you will find start dates for all of the school districts. just look for the back to school link. it's right near the top of our home page. the senate is considering a new bill that could help make trampoline parks safer.
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the bill is estimated to cost $646,000. time is 5:17. let's get everybody out the door. sal, everybody behaving near the golden gate bridge? >> or the of. it's monday, they are not in a good mood. >> monday mornings are tough. >> they are tough. good morning, everyone. southbound 101. but if we're all together it might feel better. southbound 101 traffic does look good. dave, i was just kidding. this traffic looks excellent in southern marin county. southbound 101 traffic looks good on to doyle drive and eventually into san francisco's marina district. also we are looking at the bay bridge toll plaza. we had a small backup that disappeared. there are no major problems on the bridge. we've also been looking at the commute on 580. 5:18 let's go to steve.
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thank you, sir. very good morning. lots of low clouds around. although not making the surge we had a few days ago. san francisco still fighting to get above about 67 or 68 degrees. we'll go a little warmer today. it does look like there will be clearing. go for a high of 64. again it's been since july 4th since they were 70 degrees or higher. is a lot of tropical clouds in the south. 50s or 60s. a little stronger delta breeze today than yesterday. a little system will ripple in the jet stream. most locations generally less than 10 miles an hour. the low clouds are in place. some of that is getting down now a little bit. being compressed. that system going by a little bit of a northerly breeze might come in behind that, that may
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chew up the fog. morning low clouds. slightly warmer pa person. fog, sun, warm to mild to nice. upper 80s for some. 60s and 70s. san rafael 77. fairfield 85. fremont dropping ten. san jose 78. 60s and 70s on the coast. not much changed today. maybe a o getting a -- maybe getting a little cooler. tuesday and wednesday. general motors has cut its production in south korea. but one source says gm will phase out work there because of increasing labor costs.
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it's also canceled plans to produce the next generation chevy cruz in south korea. japan nikkei hit a six week low. most european markets right now are starting the day with losses. checking in on our numbers. looks like losses as well. the futures indicate a lower opening this morning. i don't see a lot of earnings reports or economic news coming in. it looks like we have posted a lot of gains. we'll get a look at the markets in a little bit. 5:21. the incredible story. the california teenager the focus of that amber alert is safely back with her family. what the horse back rider that spotted that young lady is saying. a good will worker spotted an envelope with $10,000.
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the fang family hasn't said yet what will happen to their wax figures that are on display now. a good will employee found $10,000 in an envelope. she hadn't been working there so long. she didn't know what the policy was but she gave the money to her boss. >> concern was someone was out that money. >> the money has yet to be claimed though. it will stay in a good will account for the next few months. if the person who made the donation does not claim it by then, williams will receive about 10% of the money. 5:25. the tsunami warning sirens in san mateo county will be replaced because most don't work. now i heard that one. last week tests revealed that five out of eight sirens are
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broke. the sirens are along 30 miles of coastline from pacifica to pescadero. the problem should be fixed early next month. in the men time they will use text alerts and e-mails. san francisco -- is o of ering a chance to send some of your cremated remaps into space. body found in vacaville scheduled to be identified today. good morning. just hearing of a crash in the livermore valley. find out why in a really bad spot might cause slow traffic. some fog out there. temperatures have started to
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warm up saturday and sunday. will it continue? we'll have an answer. ♪
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welcome back. we're live looking at the oakland estuary. all quiet. it will up but quiet. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us. coming up on 5:30 we will check
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in with steve. i heard it will get a little warmer. >> after today. here's your highs for today. temperatures 60s and 70s and 80s. not much changed from yesterday. maybe a degree or two cooler. it's not making the push inland as far as we saw a couple days ago. the low that was over us will drift north. 60s and 70s and 80s but temperatures slightly below but getting closer to normal. that is the little spin in there. that will keep temperatures from warming up too much today. still 80s inland. some locations are running two to five degrees below average. 60s and 70s san francisco. should be closer to 67 and 68. santa cruz at 75. lots of low clouds.
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some areas of fog. it's still up there high enough. the extended outlook has a warmer pattern. tuesday, wednesday, maybe thursday. there is a little discrepancy here. it looks like a cool down friday into saturday. steve, right now westbound 580 we have a brand new crash reported on 580. it's an injury crash that just called for medics. it's blocking the right lane. traffic coming out of livermore toward dublin will start to back up. very busy area. we will keep an eye on that for you. let's go to live pictures. i want to show you interstate 880 in both directions is look good. bart is running. we don't have to worry about strike this morning. we'll have details coming up. but it's running right now. westbound bay bridge there is a small delay at the toll plaza. it is 5:31 let's go back to the desk. new this morning we are following a deadly crash
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involving a party bus. it happened at 11:00 last night on northbound 280. police have taken a man into custody who they say may be the driver. in san jose family and friends of the victims in this weekend's deadly crash will be hosting a fundraiser. five teenagers were leaving a party early sunday morning when they lost control. two of the teens died. three remain in critical condition. time now 5:42. the family of a miss oakland woman is sating to -- on friday they moved the search for her. that is where that body was found. police were following up on a lead after arresting 56-year- old ranty alana. he is a person of interest in
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sandra coke's disappearance. in a statement yesterday coke's family said our hearts are heavy to think she may not be coming home to us but we have been sustained through this ordeal by the unbelievable outpouring love, concerning ktvu k co with what may be the difference during this round of talks. >> reporter: the bart board has remained hands off so far. some are calling for a more active role. hours and hours of negotiations but little or no headway has remained. long time bart board member
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james explains why the board hasn't been involved. >> there was a thought that if the board got involved too early, that they might be sung to some pressure to give labor a better deal than they might normally have. >> reporter: here's where negotiations stand. negotiators creased their pay offer to a 10% pay raise. there has been some movement on pension contributions and the issue of health care contributions remains at a standstill. now union leaders are calling for the board to take action. >> to be more involved because they have had pretty much a hands off approach and let management. they have hired people from outside the bay area who are not familiar with how management is run. >> reporter: at this point the date has not been set for contract negotiations to resume. we are told contract talks could start-up until later this
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week happening now the florida sink hole that is sinking a resort. this is happening at the summer bay resort. you can see part of a second building has already collapsed into a 15-foot deep hole. this is happening ten minutes from disney world in federal florida. there are about 35 guests in the building. some of them called for help saying they heard crashing noises. >> there was windows breaking everywhere. one of the security guards ran upment rooms i on the third floor. the owners of the resort says every guest has been accounted for. a teenager from southern california is the subject of a
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if -- 16-year-old -- and killing her and. >> he might have been an outdoors man in california, but he was not an outdoors man in idaho. >> the couple called police after watching the news later that night and recognizing anderson and he suggest protect -- suspected kidnapper. authorities released these photos he used piles of brush, twigs, and logs to hide the car. the alert for isaiah perez was issued yesterday morning. neighbors say they saw a strange man leaving the perez home. when police arrived they found
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two people dead insiden president suspect 22 -- dead inside. a second suspect was also arrested. family members believe one of the people killed a the changes he will unvail that could -- a big crash on 580 in the livermore valley. find out how this could effect a lot of the commute isn't the east bay. temperatures inland started to warm up yesterday. we've been well below average. will that trend continue on the warmup? or will we get a little cool down. [ trina ] i'm a student at devry university.
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we still don't know what cause the fire. in san jose family and friends are now planning a fundraiser on behalf of the victims in the weekend's deadly car accident. the crash happened early sunday morning. the family says the five teenagers in the car were leaving a party driving nearly 90 miles an hour when they lost control. one witness who wishes to remain unidentified describes the scene. >> i was try -- i couldn't pull them out. the car was so smashed smooshed
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together i couldn't get them out. >> friends are now planning a car wash to help raise money for funeral arrangements and hospital bills. time 5:41. in egypt authorities have postponed a plan to storm protests. thousands of morsi supporters have renewed to leave two sit ins until the former president is reinstated. earlier security forces say they would move against the camps this morning and forcibly remove the protestors. security official says the plan was aban topped to avoid blood shed. he's in the hospital now after losing more than 50 pounds. kenneth from washington state was working as a tour guide in
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china. he's accused of smuggling antigovernment documents into north korea while in that country feed orphans and provide err charity work. he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. happening today in san diego a rally calling for the resignation of san diego mayor bob filner who is accused of sexually harassing more than a dozen women. today a group of demonstrators ed a filner not welcome back rally to pressure him to resign. the entire san diego city council and senator barbara boxer has asked him to clean >> over the weekend he left an intensive therapy program. his attorney says phil they are is taking this week off to continue therapy as an out
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patient. state lawmakers get back to work today in sacramento. the proposed gun legislation would give california the toughest gun laws in the nation. proposals include banning a wide range of semi automatic rifles and tough new regulations on ammunition. todaymake it a crime to have a gun at home that is not locked up, and extend the time someone is banned from owning a gun after making a violent threat. new figures are out showing violent crime is up in every bay area county expect for marin county. according to the scalls department of justice marin county reported 490 violent incidents in 2012. other crimes such as burglary,
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theft, and arson went up 9% between 2011 and 2012. the city's attorneys off the has announced steep fines. the average citation costs about $4,000. once fees and other costs are factored in. we spoke to a woman who said she seen old furniture and chemicals just carelessly discarded on city streets. >> the city is asking people who witnessed illegal dumping to take photos and take down license plates. the bay area's economic recovery is boosting sales at tahoe. vacation home sales hit their highest level in eight years during the first half of this year. about one-third of sales in the
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region involve people who live here in the bay area. the buyers range from families with young children who are buying ski resort condos to silicon valley multimillionaires that are buying lake front estates sal, you've had your if injury crash is you will see slow there are no major problems. heading south between hayward and union city that traffic does look good. let's move along to live pictures. we are state 880 that look -- interstate 880 that looks very nice. at the bay bridge toll plaza we have a little bit of a delay building. now let's go to steve.
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sal, we have some low clouds out there. seems to be thickening up a little bit. thinnist on the sonoma coast. after that continuing to make its little move inland. not as far as we've seen but it's still there. tough, tough forecast again for warmer weather coast. 64 in san francisco. this is still below average. the low they gave us the cool down is up here visiting seattle. as that moves north that allowed high pressure to build in. 50s and 60s on the temps. mainly 50s. 22 fair field. plenty of low clouds there. it's not as high up or making the push it did last week. but there is a little spin if the atmosphere. once the little system we have today goes by, it looks like a
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slightly warmer pattern starts tomorrow. and then 80s to 90s inland. which disappeared there for awhile. low clouds and fog. cool to mild to warm. temperatures 80s for some. 70s for others. berkeley 67. 64 san francisco. oakland 68. 78 for san jose. redwood city 77. 85 for livermore. warmer weather on tuesday, wednesday. if it isn't thursday a little cool down it will be friday. the tech blog all things d says apple will unvail the new phone on september 10th. the product could be a cheaper phone. but this year samsung could up stage apple. papal was the only major tech vendor in outside lands in san
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francisco. the crowd was invited to stop by the papal tent and charge electronic devices, take an instagram photo or get a -- the new number one at the weekend box office stars matt damon. tells the story of a battered earth. it beat jennifer aniston's r rated movie we are the millers. time now 5:49. surfing, a shark, and a little boy. pretty scary moments in a south carolina surfing competition. how saving a child's life became the focus. how bay area thieves pulled the plug on visiting musicians.
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good morning. rather typical summertime pattern. temperatures inland. low to mid 80s. coast and bay 60s and 70s. right now a typhoon is making its way across the philippines. one person has been killed. 20 fishermen are now missing. winds are exceeding 100 miles
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an hour. the typhoon is expected to get stronger when it hits the south china sea. a surfing competition ended early after a little boy caught more than a wave. >> a shark pulled me back and pulled me under. >> tyson's coach says he was standing on the beach shouting advice when he realized he wasn't trying to impress the judges he was trying to escape the jaws of an eight foot long bull shark. >> next thing we know a big shark came up. bit his board. >> his coach ran in and pulled him out of the water. the shark only bit the boy's board. they canceled the rest of the event. traveling band of musicians stranded in the bay area after their tour van was stolen. the group called breathe owl
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breathe says the van was stolen friday. the van is called cassette canyon. it was parked off dwight place and dwight way. band members say $20,000 in equipment was inside. >> we just have to question was it someone who saw us in san francisco with all of our gear as we were packing it back into our van and followed us? >> a stranger has donated a vehicle for them to make it to a performance where they also had to use borrowed instruments. now the group has to raise enough money to buy new equipment. now if you want to help them out and all the information is posted on our channel 2 website ktvu.com. just look for it under web links in the middle of the
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page. darrell hall, john oats. yesterday's final lineup included hall and oats and the red hot chile peppers. other big acts sir paul. organizers say hundreds of thousands of people filled golden gate park during the three-day festival. and owners of san francisco restaurant kasaba happy to see the crowds lead. the business which is a couple blocks away from golden gate park closed their doors and stay closed. some of the people walking by yesterday was surprised to see the closed sign in the window. >> we live in the neighborhood and they always open on the weekend. we are surprised they are closed. >> they think the owners may have over reacted. the buses and other businesses always bring crowds to that area. restaurant owners say it was a necessary precaution. they say saturday night someone
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vandalized their bathroom and left liquor bottles in brown bags in front of the building. one person dead after a party bus crashed into an embankment. we have more details about the asiana plane crash at sfo. a payout plan from the airline. how much victims may get. this is the time the commute starts to get busier. we'll tell you where it's starting to show signs of wear and tear on the morning commute. temperatures inland on sunday begin to warm up. is that a sign of things to come? ♪
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this morning. it promises to be cheaper than a bullet train, faster than an airplane. the new mode of there was expected to be un-- the new mode of transportation expected to be unvailed today. good monday morning it's august 12th. i want to show you a live picture of the freeway. it doesn't look like anything out of the ordinary. we will get a complete look at traffic in just a moment. good morning, i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. let's go to steve first. >> plenty of clouds out there. our fog bank continues to increase. after today morning overcast, sunny, warm. unless you are closer to the coast and cool to nice. thicker fog tomorrow. it looks like dense fog.
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not much of a surge inland. we'll see how this pans out. forecast models leaning on a warmup. 60s and 70s and 80s. there will be a warming trend. 60s and 70s and 80s. concord closer to 87 than 83. a little stronger delta breeze. a 80s for many and closer to the bay 70s. by the coast 60s. so we'll call it fog. nice to mild to warm. temperatures close to average or slightly below. warmer weather tuesday and wednesday. might extend into thursday.
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